Trolling is no longer confined to the darker corners of the internet, especially now the U.S. president himself is engaging in it.
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We're living in an alternate political universe of brazen lies and grotesque online spectacles of incivility. Who - or what - is to blame for trolling going mainstream?
What exactly is outrage?
When outrage is misplaced or excessive, it can have negative consequences for a healthy public discourse.
A time to join with close ones and, perhaps, open a dialogue?
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We can’t hope to ensure basic human rights until we learn to respect our differences and welcome diversity in society.
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When considering contemporary human rights issues in Australia – our denial of refugee rights, the disproportionate number of Indigenous children in juvenile detention and racial vilification on public…